Global Village Project

The Global Village Project - The Allegory Foundation


The Global Village Project is a school in Decatur, Georgia dedicated to ensuring that refugee girls who have had interrupted schooling or no schooling at all are prepared to enter high school or equivalency programs.

Allegory is creating an ongoing series at the school where these girls’ stories will be recorded in their own words via audio, animated and released as 2-5 minute viral videos online with a call to action for donations going back to the school. We’ve procured a broad list of artists to help us draw these girls lives, ranging from fine artists to famous comic book artists, street artists and multi-media artists.

The plan is to loop in each artist’s own fan base for maximum distribution. We will pair this with a merchandising line of t-shirts that will generate revenue for Allegory and GVP. We are also partnering with Kennesaw State University, who will provide drama student interns to enable the girls to find the story they want to tell and use the English they’ve learned to tell it.

We want these young  ladies to exercise their agency in the world by being able to tell their own stories and to show them that the arts can take their words to millions of people they never thought they could reach. 


We are currently seeking funds for post-production finishing and are looking for corporate sponsors.

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Megahn Perry

Megahn brings to Allegory the benefit of more than 15 years of experience in a host of different facets of the entertainment industry.

Megahn began as an actor and comedienne and transitioned into writing and selling features and television to companies such as Good Machine, Sony, Paramount and 20th Century Fox. She wrote for Craig Robinson on his MSN web comedy series, “Mr. Robinson’s Driving School.” Her acting credits include “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Dawson’s Creek,” VH1’s “I Hate My 30’s,” and NBC’s “The Lyon’s Den.” Her most recent feature appearances are in indies The Perfect Host and The Lonely Italian.

She tries her best to live up to her “Scream Queen” status from previous features like The Convent and The Gravedancers.Megahn’s success in the horror genre led her to write, produce and star in the popular online character and show “Heather Campbell, Teenaged Vampire,” which has more than 38 million collective views. She has also written for and acted in award-winning viral videos like “Text Message Break Up” (more than 2 million views) and “Shoes” (59 million views).

In 2010, Megahn began focusing more directly on producing. Her television producing credits include “The Hasselhoffs” and “Extreme Home Builds” for A&E and “I Love Kellie Pickler” for CMT. Megahn is also the co-creator of, a website dedicated to the buying, selling or trading of “ex” jewelry that is no longer wanted. The site and its various off-shoots have appeared in People, The New York Times, and The Huffington Post and on MSNBC, “Dateline,” “Good Morning America” and “The Today Show.”